|It's hard to say where these guys are heading.|
Now the tables have completely turned. The Boston squad we saw earn their largest margin of victory of the season (on the road against a Western Conference opponent, their first of the year no less) yesterday was exactly the type of team that the Celtics used to fall to; a bunch of average and no name players winning by simply running and out-hustling the opposition.
Against Phoenix Terrence Williams appeared to be the best point guard on the roster. Three weeks ago he was playing in China. Jordan Crawford seems like he might have the most talent and scoring ability out of the entire Boston backcourt, so why were the Wizards so eager to give him away for practically nothing? Jeff Green did an impersonation of former teammate Kevin Durant last night, but will we ever see that again?
Should Green start? And if so, for who? All of a sudden Boston has too many guards again, 1-5 a case can be made that they are all deserving of significant minutes. Is super-small ball the best way to go? We have 27 more games to figure all this out, and it looks like the process is going to be very entertaining. While I remain cautiously optimistic, I'm definitely concerned about this team's ability to win in the postseason.
Follow Mark on twitter @LucidSportsFan Mark Van Deusen 2/23/2013 04:06:00 PM Tweet Edit